The George Inn
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... after we left, Steph was cleaning up and found Bunny in the wardrobe in Flynn's room! Obviously, Flynn had brought him in, stuck him in the cupboard and then totally forgot about it. Steph will now post him back to us from New Zealand when she is there next week. Looks like Bunny will visit more counties than us. Hope he sends us a postcard! Ok, so we didn't do a lot with our time in Surrey, but boy did the kids have fun. And if we've learned nothing else, ...
... has changed when we tried to find out what we needed to do in Canada. We sent off an email to Visa Specialist to get some sensible advice. We have had a reply this morning saying they will get back to us. We think we have a few options, the last one being we can always come home. It seems the clock is ticking.
Back to, 'we will fight them in the trenches'.
Anybody want to buy a much loved and slightly used Winston?
Love from Sue and ...
... is brilliant, especially Koh Tao but no island beats the beauty of Koh Phi Phi. Kuala Lumpur was much better than we expected, Singapore was also great and not forgetting the temples in Hue, Vietnam which were also great to see and Hoi An which Annie loved. Another obvious highlight was seeing Jonny and Sally in Perth and also the weekend we spent down in Margaret River amongst other activities with them.
... to a shop in the small village of Droxford, sixty miles southwest of London, near Winchester. It seemed a leap of faith to move from the big city to a tiny village of 550 inhabitants.
So now we are off now into the soggy countryside to visit Droxford. It’s our wettest day yet, but the countryside is still glorious.
Everything in Droxford seems exactly the same as when I ...
... in the left lane turning right and all I had to do was get out through their lane and into the one going through. After about 15 minutes of sheer agony, someone flasheed their high beams to let me turn into the lane near the light. So goes my driving on the left and the narrow lanes and trying to remember when I have made a turn that I should still be in the left lane. An aside is the reality that on the ...